Snapshots

Published: Sunday | December 30, 2012 Comments 0
JIIC executives Leona Remekie (left) and Winsome Gibbs (right) stick close to JIIC General Manager Byron Leslie at the Insurance Association of Jamaica Christmas party at Fiction Lounge in the Market Place on December 20.-Ian Allen/Photographer
JIIC executives Leona Remekie (left) and Winsome Gibbs (right) stick close to JIIC General Manager Byron Leslie at the Insurance Association of Jamaica Christmas party at Fiction Lounge in the Market Place on December 20.-Ian Allen/Photographer
Stephanie Gordon (standing), director of customer service at the Passport Immigration & Citizenship Agency points out features of a passport to unnamed particpants during her presentation at the JIFS workshop 'Authenticating Documents - Real or Fake', held at the Terra Nova All Suite Hotel in St Andrew on December 18.-CONTRIBUTED
Stephanie Gordon (standing), director of customer service at the Passport Immigration & Citizenship Agency points out features of a passport to unnamed particpants during her presentation at the JIFS workshop 'Authenticating Documents - Real or Fake', held at the Terra Nova All Suite Hotel in St Andrew on December 18.-CONTRIBUTED
Tourism Minister Dr Wykeham McNeill (right) leafs through the book 'Redbones, Blues Café 15' presented to him by the author and café owner Evon Williams, during a visit to the minister's office on December 19. The coffee table book chronicles the sights and sounds of Redbones since its opening.-CONTRIBUTED
Tourism Minister Dr Wykeham McNeill (right) leafs through the book 'Redbones, Blues Café 15' presented to him by the author and café owner Evon Williams, during a visit to the minister's office on December 19. The coffee table book chronicles the sights and sounds of Redbones since its opening.-CONTRIBUTED
Gene Douglas (left) and Janice Grant-Taffe at the Sagicor Jamaica 'Memba Dis' Christmas party held at the office car park in New Kingston on December 8.-Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Gene Douglas (left) and Janice Grant-Taffe at the Sagicor Jamaica 'Memba Dis' Christmas party held at the office car park in New Kingston on December 8.-Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Karl Williams, vice-president, group human resources, poses with his daughter, Leanne, at the Sagicor 'Memba Dis' Christmas party at the office car park in New Kingston on Saturday, December 8.-Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Karl Williams, vice-president, group human resources, poses with his daughter, Leanne, at the Sagicor 'Memba Dis' Christmas party at the office car park in New Kingston on Saturday, December 8.-Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Analysts Valmore Stewart and Terry-Ann Segree hang with Scotia Assistant VP Marie Lyn James at the Scotiabank Capital Market Dealers awards ceremony held at the Scotiabank Financial Centre on Constant Spring Road, St Andrew, on December 10.-Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Analysts Valmore Stewart and Terry-Ann Segree hang with Scotia Assistant VP Marie Lyn James at the Scotiabank Capital Market Dealers awards ceremony held at the Scotiabank Financial Centre on Constant Spring Road, St Andrew, on December 10.-Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Scotia Senior VP Norm Stevenson (left) appears to be explaining the complexities of either finance or partying - after all it was the Xmas season - to MegaMart's Gassan Azan at the Scotiabank Capital Market Dealers Awards ceremony at the Scotiabank Group Financial Centre on Constant Spring Road, St Andrew, on December 10. -Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Scotia Senior VP Norm Stevenson (left) appears to be explaining the complexities of either finance or partying - after all it was the Xmas season - to MegaMart's Gassan Azan at the Scotiabank Capital Market Dealers Awards ceremony at the Scotiabank Group Financial Centre on Constant Spring Road, St Andrew, on December 10. -Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Nurse Marcia Laing of the St Ann's Bay Hospital administers a blood pressure test on JN Money Services' Gabriel Heron, while his colleague Michelle Farr (second right), sister in charge of the male surgical ward, Pansy Isaacs (centre), and matron Paullette Long-Carr observe. JN Money donated J$100,000 to the hospital under its 'Jamaica 50' promotional activities.-CONTRIBUTED
Nurse Marcia Laing of the St Ann's Bay Hospital administers a blood pressure test on JN Money Services' Gabriel Heron, while his colleague Michelle Farr (second right), sister in charge of the male surgical ward, Pansy Isaacs (centre), and matron Paullette Long-Carr observe. JN Money donated J$100,000 to the hospital under its 'Jamaica 50' promotional activities.-CONTRIBUTED
JN Small Business Loans field officer Brennel Bailey's gorgeous pink was no match for her smile as she accepted her trophy for disbursing the most new loans from JN Group executive Maximilian Campbell at the JNSBL Christmas luncheon and awards ceremony held at the Terra Nova All Suite Hotel in St Andrew on Tuesday, December 18.-CONTRIBUTED
JN Small Business Loans field officer Brennel Bailey's gorgeous pink was no match for her smile as she accepted her trophy for disbursing the most new loans from JN Group executive Maximilian Campbell at the JNSBL Christmas luncheon and awards ceremony held at the Terra Nova All Suite Hotel in St Andrew on Tuesday, December 18.-CONTRIBUTED

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